Let’s take a look at how our Support Team is ready to help customers enable CGroups for Advanced Monitoring in Plesk.
How to enable CGroups for Advanced Monitoring in Plesk
Cgroups, short for control groups is a Linux kernel feature that accounts for, limits as well as isolates resource utilization of a collection of processes.
Additionally, Advanced Monitoring is helpful in ensuring Plesk runs smoothly by keeping track of server resource usage. Moreover, it notifies us when one or more resource utilization reaches a specific threshold.
In addition, the monitoring works seamlessly with the Grafana extension. It also utilizes Grafana to showcase server metrics as graphs.
If you are looking for a way to set CGroups for Advanced Monitoring in Plesk for Linux, our Support Engineers are here to help you out:
First, ensure the Cgroups is in place on the Plesk server.
Next, connect to the server with the help of the SSH.
Then, edit the /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/panel.ini file via a text editor like the vi editor:
# vi /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/panel.ini
After that, integrate CGroups manager with Advanced Monitoring by adding the lines below to the file: